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September 21 – Eugene, Springfield and Lane County Headlines

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Eugene, Springfield and Lane County Headlines

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  • Irish boys win in Classic style
    Sheldon senior Ben Harter finished ninth Saturday at the Northwest Classic cross country meet at Lane Community College, leading the Irish to the team championship. Harter finished in 16 minutes, 16 seconds in the Class 6A/5A boys race and about half a 
  • UO’s Isagawa claims six-shot tourney victory
    Oregon junior Cassy Issagawa shot a final-round 69 to win the Dick McGuire Invitational women’s golf tournament on Saturday with the second-lowest 54-hole score in school history. Isawaga’s 12-under 207 gave her a
  • Phil Knight gives $500M for cancer research
    Nike Inc. founder Phil Knight pledged $500 million to Oregon Health and Science University in the form of a challenge he hopes will launch a $1 billion cancer research initiative.
  • Will Murphy Brought Back By Chip Kelly, Philadelphia Eagles
    It wasn’t long before Chip Kelly brought his former receiver back to Philadelphia. Will Murphy has been signed to the Philadelphia Eagles practice squad.
  • Oregon fans get their green and yellow fix at Dirty Duck 5k
    To pass through the Oregon bye week, duck fans were doused in clouds of yellow and green colored powder Saturday morning at the Dirty Duck 5k through Alton Baker Park.
  • Tigers Maul Huskies
    The Junction City Tigers muscled their way into Husky Stadium Friday night behind the relentless front lines of their offense and defense and cruised to the 34-7 victory over North Marion. The Huskies could not answer the … 
  • Big plays lift Millers

    Eagle Point controlled the football, but Springfield controlled the scoreboard Friday. Despite running just a third the number of plays from scrimmage that the Eagles did, the Millers shut out Midwestern League rival Eagle Point 48-
  • Indians ride past Colts

    Big plays and quick strikes put Roseburg in the lead, but it was a long, slow drive that iced its win. Backed by four touchdowns from diminutive running back Levi Holden, the surprising Indians defeated Thurston 28-14 Friday night i
  • Oregon sheriff’s office settles retaliation lawsuit with former deputy …
    Lane County has agreed to pay $45,000 to settle a federal retaliation lawsuit filed by a former sheriff’s deputy
  • Teen Flips Into Ditch Off Willow Creek Road
    Around 9pm last night a 17yr old driver veered off the road and flip into a ditch off Willow Creek Road

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